Prologue to my Novel 'Ripped Genes'. The first part of a trilogy entitled 'The Life of Riley'. A Sci-Fi fantasy exploring the consequences of ultimate Genetic Modification. Topics: GM, Genetic Modification, Podnovel, Novel, Audio Source: http://homepages.tesco.net/david.baldwin/ripped_genes/index.htm
Our deepest obligations to each other are being defined as crime by the privitization of natural phenomenon. Shiva speaks passionatly about the effects of industrial agriculture on small farmers, the environment, and the quality of the foods we eat. Topics: genetic modification, ethics, organic, corporate, agriculture
Short synopsis of my second novel. Unpublished as yet but would love to get it published one day. Does this synopsis sound like a book you would like to read? Topic: Aliens, Politics, Genetic Modification, Nibiru, Football, Sci-Fi
Our deepest obligations to each other are being defined as crime by the privitization of natural phenomenon. Shiva speaks passionatly about the effects of industrial agriculture on small farmers, the environment, and the quality of the foods we eat. www.smallisbeautiful.org Topics: genetic modification, ethics, organic, corporate, farming, agriculture, Schumacher
Bioengineering is changing the way we think about the nature of biology. What do the advances in biotechnology mean for the future? On this program, Emily Anthes discussed bioengineering and her book, Frankenstein's Cat: Cuddling Up to Biotech's Brave New Beasts. Topics: science, technology, bioengineering, biotech, genetic modification, neural engineering, groks Source: Groks Science Radio Show Podcast
Welcome to the seventieth episode of the Short Science Podcast! Join Elizabeth and Natty for all the very best science in brief! We kick off the podcast with a few prominent science news headlines from the week, including: - double-sided sticky tape catches volcanic ash - breast is best at warding off infection - Indian vegetable crisis - genetic defect identified in migraine study - sunflower origins uncovered - laser diagnosis - LHC yields 'interesting' results - city dwellers adept at... Topics: Short Science, Elizabeth Hauke, Natty Adams, GM foods, Genetic Modification
Second speaker, Peter Sandoe, at "Ethics of Human Relations with Animals" conference hosted by Yale Interdisciplinary Center for Bioethics on 10/31/2014. For an unknown reason, the MP4 version of the videos will not play. However, if you click below on the OGG version, it will play. Topics: animal, ethics, suffering, genetic modification, agribusiness, factory farming
April 8, 2008 EE Miller and Ryder Cooley converse with vivo artist Adam Zaretsky in Troy New York. We discussed supersedure, experiments with and by animals, torture, rewilding, bee vomit addiction. Topics: vivo arts, honey bees, supersedure, re-queening, rewilding, animal experiments, genetic modification
Science Communicators' Association of New Zealand 2011 conference in Auckland. Panel discussion: 'The other side' Can we find common ground on contentious science issues? We hear from panelists who typically find themselves at odds with scientists and research-driven reassurances, and discuss ways to bridge the divide. Panelists: Chris Mullane, Ex-Vietnam Servicemenâs Assoc.; Steffan Browning, Soil & Health Assoc.; Joe Harawira, Sawmill Workers Against Poison (SWAP) Moderator: Karen Cronin... Topics: SCANZ, contentious science issues, science communication, Agent Orange, genetic modification, PCPs,...
Rothamsted have planted a new GM wheat trial designed to repel aphids. It contains genes for antibiotic-resistance and an artificial gene "most similar to a cow". Wheat is wind-pollinated. In Canada similar experiments have leaked into the food-chain costing farmers millions in lost exports. There is no market for GM wheat anywhere in the world. This experiment is tax-payer funded, but Rothamsted hope to sell any patent it generates to an agro-chemical company. La Via Campesina, the... Topics: GM, genetic modification, wheat, bread, toast, mutant, biotech, biotechnology, activism, ecology
bySociety of Chemical industry, Guy Moreton, Prof Jonathan Jones, Colin Tudge
GM Food was the subject of the third in the SCI's series of public lectures and took place on 2 December 2010. It has been estimated that the global population is set to rise from its current 6.5 billion to about 9.1 billion by the middle of the century. Each year, 77 million people are added to the planet - 146 every minute. Can agriculture cope with this rising demand? Can and should genetic modification be part of the solution? Genetic modification could offer a faster route to market for a... Topics: gm foods, genetic modification, global malnutrition, guy moreton, Jonathan Jones, colin tudge
Welcome to the seventeenth edition of the Short Science Podcast. Join Emma and Elizabeth for all the very best science in brief! We kick off the podcast with a few prominent science news headlines from the week including: - DNA barcode to help reduce shopliftingof wildlife - naked rats the answer to cancer - tiny T-Rex helps elucidate evolutionary path of legendary giant - drink your way out of brain injury Emma gives her first ever Capsule Science on genetic modification. Our guest Capsule... Topics: Emma Berger, Elizabeth Hauke, Short Science, genetic modification, pre-implantation diagnosis,...
GM is about the direct manipulation of an organismâs genes. Techniques of molecular cloning and transformation are used to alter the structure and characteristics of genes directly. In the mid-nineties While studying for an HND in Organic Agriculture in the UK's East Midlands, Jim McNulty became concerned about the application of Genetic Engineering techniques in agriculture. He got connected to the internet and started to investigate was going on in America. He took part early discussions... Topics: GM, GEN, Genetic Engineering, Genetic Modification, Genetic Engineering Network, GRAIN, Pat Mooney,...
video of my cells from a scab in my nose. I am a targeted individual.tagged with biologically integrated RFID via trans-vectored viral nano-assemblers building carbon/graphene nano-tubule resonators into every cell of my body via MORGELLONS infection and exposure to smart dust graphene mete-materials over several years COVERT human experimentationthis material is able to back-scatter RF/SCALAR radio information and effect with accuracy remote brain reading fmri and thought decoding via... Topics: biologically integrated, RFID, trans-vectored, viral, nano-assemblers, building, carbon, graphene,...
Unbought and Unbossed: CDN Political News and Views Show #264 May 23, 2012. This episode is 114 minutes and contains the following: Audio: I Am Awake by Robert Anton Wilson. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hodH8yMskEw&sns=fb Audio: Trailer to the doc The Future of Food by Deborah Koons Garcia. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n9Y_QH_c70s Telephone interview with Heidi Osterman in Kelowna, BC, a certified nutritionist and President of the True Food Foundation. Starts at 9 minutes, lasts for 49.... Topics: CHLY, 101.7 fm, false flag, independent media, love, Nanaimo, New World Order, Canadian, 9/11...
Healthcare must start at home - and it can only be done one person at a time. We know that "Greening Your Health" is imperative for "Greening Our Planet". Yes, We are the World - as, indeed, the lyrics of the song propose. We have the choice to save our own lives - from how we choose to eat, to what we wear, to how we live. Our guests - two amazing Bay Area health experts - offer terrific down-to-earth, evolutionary ideas about green healthcare and green living. You'll hear... Topics: sustainable, organic, Food Inc., foodincmovie.com, Academy Award, nominee, Best Documentary...